Hilton Long Island - Huntington
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... some weird stuff here, a topless 80 year old woman, a man in his 60's wearing a mini skirt to mention a couple. We even saw a dog doing what dogs do over a street grate, its saves picking it up I suppose.
The plan for today was seeing the Statue of liberty. It was a short ferry ride over to the island. It had been raining a little but now it had stopped, question is would it hold off. There was a lift ...
... our first stop in this busy city. Perhaps the most prestigious University in the world, we spent an hour or so popping our heads into building to see what all the fuss was about.
American's love their history. Even though half of it is ****, they embrace it like they were the only people on this planet. In memory of the rich ...
... a meal voucher. With the matinee performance not starting until 2.00pm, we decided to take advantage of this offer. We enjoyed a delicious Italian meal serving free glasses of wine. It was a nice way to spend the morning wining and dining. With time to spare we took a walk along Times Square for a spot of window shopping before taking our place in the queue for the theatre ...
Weather was awful today - cold, wet and windy so what do we decide to do? Yep take the ferry to Liberty Island to see the lady herself! The Statue is really worth seeing and when we got to the island we walked around the base - so basically did a lap of the island, went into the souvenir shop to buy the mandatory item and then caught another ferry the short way to Ellis Island in Upper New York Bay and ...
... we passed Fishs Eddy, a homewares/kitchen shop which was on my list for later and then we came to the Flatiron building. I had thought that the point of the Flatiron pointed south but now I know that is not true so we came to the flat side first. It is a gorgeous building. We passed the Shake Shack in Madison Square Park (lines not too long apparently) on our way into Eataly. Very impressive but we didn’t stop as we ...